When you have a few minutes, could you please take a look at the Antique Cylinder Desk posting in Furniture, Antique and Vintage Group? From a similar posting, I have a feeling this is likely a piece you may recognize. I would appreciate any information you are able to give.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to take a look and respond. Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.
Thanks. I posted a comment with photos about a table that has a painted mural (flowers spilling from a vase) which has a peculiar texture to it not seen on other parts of the table. I wondered if this was because a canvas was applied to the table top.
Cleaning out the attic and found numerous old photos (the type that came in hard cardboard folders) must be from 20's and some earlier. Have no idea who they are. Any market for these or do we pitch them?
Also found old Detroit Tigers score book from 1962, a photo book from Rabat (no idea where that is) that says Casablanca on the back, a very old church membership photo showing all Holland, MI elders and ministers, a very old photo of the Holland, MI Wooden Shoe Factory and workers posed in front, an album with Bergermeisters on front containing old pictures of Royal Gorge area and the bridge,an old photo book of Bombay -Old & New,A 1952 National Wildlife Federation book of wildlife conservation stamps with all stamps in place and descriptions of each stamp and subject, a Conoco national road map from the 40's (excellent condition), a photo book of Camp Roberts, California with what I assume is all platoon members autographs in the back. (it appears to be from WWI era) and last a Official Paved Road Atlas of the United States and Canada from 1942(excellent condition).
Can send photos of individual items if interested. Have no idea of value.
Craig, Thanks for your message, I see you have quite a selection of antique handles and hardware, our clients are always on the look out for replacement handles or lock/key, it may be worth passing on your name to contact to see if you have something to match! Regards, Rob